Strengths and Weaknesses
Throughout my life, my strengths and weaknesses tend to gain more clarity, as I grew older. When I was younger, I did not focus too much on this part of myself. I must now use my strengths to improve my habits and my weaknesses to strengthen my faults. Several of my strengths are centered on my profession because the majority of my time is spent there. Some of my qualities are beneficial to different situations, while the other qualities hinder. Although we describe our strengths as positive attributes and our weaknesses as negative attributes, they make us who and what we are as an individual. Each of us is unique in different ways, because of these qualities. It is important to be conscious not just our personal strengths, but also our weaknesses, so we can inquire about help in the areas we need strengthening. Acquiring a better understanding of these qualities will help me get closer to graduating and obtaining my Masters of Business Administration.
Professionally, I have the ability to track different projects at different times. The ability to track different projects simultaneously has been very helpful when trying to work on a deadline. Many employers describe it as multi-tasking. Everyday has the potential for drastic workplace or school environment change. Working on different types of assignments weekly has taught me to adapt my skills in a variety of different work situations.
Another of my stronger qualities is my computer skill. Since my first computer class in high school, I have always been intrigued about computers. The process of inputting data and the speed it sends back the information has been fascinating to me. I was so captivated about the process that I received my bachelor's degree in Computer Science. Today, my co-workers often turn to me for help configuring their computers or formatting their Word document. My strong computer skills have been an essential quality in this Computer Age.